Bramah Museum of Tea & Coffee (London) Reviews
Description:Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee / 40 Southwark Street / Bankside / London / SE1 1UN / Tel/fax: 020 7403 5650.
Newest Review: ... because the water in it had been boiled! By the 18th century tea and tea china were a feature of every aristocratic and middle-class English home. What would America be like today without the famous Boston Tea Party in 1773?! During the Industrial Revolution tea was recognized as an invaluable drink for the workforces. It was cheap and non-alcoholic and, mixed with milk and sugar, it ... more
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by - written on 01/03/01, updated on 23/06/13 (Very useful, 347 readings)
All tourists who do the grand sightseeing tour in London get very close to the Bramah Tea&Coffee Museum. Indeed? And where's that? After visiting the Tower, we cross the Tower Bridge, turn left into Butlers Wharf and there it is, just beside the Design Museum (which is also worth seeing, but not today!). I don't know how often I've been to London, 12 or 13 times perhaps, I've seen all the 'must sees', now I re-visit my favourite sights, like good friends, and allow myself the luxury of discovering real treats, off the trodden path and far from the madding crowd. First I had to work through a collection of about 300 ... Read the complete review
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